|2||Addicts Of Communication||Lyrics/Info||2:04|
|3||Punk Rock City||Lyrics/Info||2:35|
|4||Keeping Us Out Of Money||Lyrics/Info||1:24|
|5||Karl Marx And History||Lyrics/Info||2:58|
|6||Summer Of Bros||Lyrics/Info||3:24|
|7||I Don't Need Love||Lyrics/Info||2:46|
|8||If We Unite||Lyrics/Info||2:28|
|11||Rockin' Pneumonia And The Punk Rock Flu||Lyrics/Info||1:38|
|13||Who's Side Are You On?||Lyrics/Info||0:46|
|14||Win Or Lose||Lyrics/Info||1:59|
|15||The Human Atom Bomb||Lyrics/Info||2:42|
|16||I Believe In The Company||Lyrics/Info||1:51|
|17||The Heebie Jeebies (Dial 911)||Lyrics/Info||2:11|
Randy explodes on the scene with their first release for Epitaph/Burning Heart: "The Human Atom Bombs." Like a politicized Buzzcocks, tracks like "Proletarian Hop," and "Karl Marx and History" show that Randy can be a bunch of political agitators and a sharp rock combo at the same time. The message of "The Human Atom Bombs" is that each person can be the most powerful weapon there is, if they let themselves be it. Their old-school distorion, spit-fire drums and sing-a-long chorus lines make "The Human Atom Bombs" a strong canidate for punk rock "cult-classic" staus!
Sweden's Randy formed in the early nineties, and soon became the fast, energetic punk band heard on their first album, 1995's There's ...